Florida Senate - 2021 SB 808 By Senator Gibson 6-00953-21 2021808__ 1 A bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to intelligence-led policing; creating 3 s. 943.688, F.S.; defining terms; requiring law 4 enforcement agencies that use intelligence-led 5 policing to establish policies and procedures; 6 providing minimum requirements for such policies and 7 procedures; providing requirements for law enforcement 8 agencies that use intelligence-led policing; providing 9 an effective date. 10 11 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 12 13 Section 1. Section 943.688, Florida Statutes, is created to 14 read: 15 943.688 Intelligence-led policing; policies and procedures; 16 protections for targeted individuals.— 17 (1) As used in this section, the term: 18 (a) “Intelligence-led policing” means the cultivation and 19 dissemination of strategic, operational, and tactical 20 intelligence assessments to identify, quantify, and target key 21 criminals for investigation and prosecution. 22 (b) “Law enforcement agency” means an agency that has a 23 primary mission of preventing and detecting crime and enforcing 24 the penal, criminal, traffic, and motor vehicle laws of the 25 state and in furtherance of that primary mission employs law 26 enforcement officers. 27 (c) “Law enforcement officer” has the same meaning as in s. 28 943.10. 29 (d) “Targeted individual” means an individual who has been 30 identified by intelligence-led policing, based on an established 31 set of criteria, to be more likely than other individuals to 32 commit a future crime. 33 (2) A law enforcement agency that uses intelligence-led 34 policing to identify, quantify, and target individuals shall 35 establish policies and procedures that, at a minimum, must 36 include all of the following: 37 (a) General guidelines for the proper use, maintenance, and 38 storage of the data collected by intelligence-led policing 39 systems. 40 (b) Clear and specific goals for each program using 41 intelligence-led policing, including: 42 1. The types of offenses to be targeted and the timeframe 43 under which those offenses will be tracked; 44 2. The scoring system or criteria to be used in calculating 45 the likelihood of a targeted individual to commit a crime; and 46 3. Performance and supervisory expectations of the program. 47 (c) Guidelines for notifying a targeted individual that he 48 or she has been targeted, and publicly available procedures for 49 a targeted individual to appeal his or her identification as a 50 target. 51 (d) Guidelines for visits to targeted individuals, 52 including: 53 1. Any limitations on the number of visits within a certain 54 time period and the length of each encounter; 55 2. Any requirements for how or when body cameras or other 56 audio or video equipment are used; and 57 3. Requirements for reporting information collected at each 58 visit. 59 (e) A provision requiring that a targeted individual be 60 provided with community resource information. 61 (3) A law enforcement agency that uses intelligence-led 62 policing shall: 63 (a) Maintain accurate and up-to-date data about targeted 64 individuals, including: 65 1. Who is specifically being targeted, including: 66 a. Types of offenses; 67 b. Geographic area data, such as neighborhoods or 68 locations; and 69 c. Demographics, such as age, race, and gender of targeted 70 individuals; 71 2. How often a targeted individual has been visited and the 72 results of each of those visits; and 73 3. Whether a targeted individual has been provided 74 resources or additional assistance. 75 (b) Ensure that all personnel who use intelligence-led 76 policing are trained in the law enforcement agency’s policies 77 and procedures. 78 (c) Retain audio and video data related to intelligence-led 79 policing interactions in accordance with the requirements of s. 80 119.021, except as otherwise provided by law. 81 (d) Perform periodic reviews of actual law enforcement 82 agency intelligence-led policing practices to ensure conformity 83 with the agency’s policies and procedures. 84 (e) Advise a targeted individual of his or her status as 85 such, and of his or her right to appeal such status. 86 (f) Provide a targeted individual with community resource 87 information. 88 Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2021.